SGB 304 Grey Fox: Old Technology, New Era
The Steam Gunboat (SGB) is a steam-powered British WW2 gunboat, developed to combat the German S-Boat threat. War Thunder captains will have the chance to command this highly interesting vessel during the CBT of the Royal Naval forces!
HMAS Nepal (G25): Air Raid Survivor
HMAS Nepal is a British N-class destroyer which served with the Royal Australian Navy in WW2 and operated primarily in the Indian Ocean and Pacific. HMAS Nepal will be available to all Testers in the CBT of the Royal Naval forces in War Thunder.
To Minnesota for the “Abrams”
This is a long but interesting road story about our visit to the Minnesota Military Museum, where we had an opportunity to check data on some of the higher ranked US tanks, it also allowed us to create the new M1 IP Abrams tank for update 1.81 “The Valkyries”.
Me 163B-0, Model Update
With the release of War Thunder’s next major update, we’re happy to introduce a new version of the Me 163B along with an improved model for the existing modification!
We’re pleased to present re-worked aircraft pilots for Germany and the USSR, as well as brand new American and Soviet helicopters pilots.
I-225: High Flyer!
The I-225 is a new experimental fighter in the Soviet tech tree, particularly effective at high-altitude battles!
T54E1: The Gunslinger
The T54E1 is a prototype design of an improved version of the M48 Patton, incorporating an oscillating turret and improved firepower. This highly requested piece of American experimental tech will be joining the ranks of the U.S. ground forces tree with the release of the upcoming update 1.81 “The Valkyries”!
AH-1Z Viper - A Lasting Legacy
American aviators and helicopter enthusiasts will have the chance to pilot the Viper in War Thunder with the release of update 1.81 “The Valkyries”!
Mi-35M: Up-to-date “Hind”
The Mi-35M is a modern utility combat helicopter of the Russian army, the modernized legacy of the iconic “Hind”.
BMP-2: Experienced Support
The new Soviet infantry combat vehicle was designed with consideration for the strengths and weaknesses of its predecessor, the BMP-1.